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Eurovision 2022: Where the UK’s forgotten acts are now – Hypnosis for the fitness business

TikTok star Sam Ryder is the latest singer to represent the UK at Eurovision

She performed the song Touch My Fire at the Eurovision Song Contest 2005
She performed the song Touch My Fire at the Eurovision Song Contest 2005

The live final of Eurovision 2022 is just hours away and this year the UK’s hopes lie with TikTok star Sam Ryder.

The Brit’s hopes are now set at 12/1 by bookies for a shock win in Turin, where the competition is being hosted by last year’s winner Italy.

The 32-year-old singer from Essex will follow in the footsteps of dozens of singers and bands who have represented the UK at Eurovision.

Some have had successful careers in the worlds of showbiz and music while others have remained in the shadows.

Here are some UK actions you may have forgotten about and where they are now.

Javine Hylton, 2005






Javine Hylton looks very different now years after giving up showbiz

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Javine Hylton represented the UK back in 2005 but failed to impress the rest of Europe, with her song “Touch My Fire” coming in at number 22 out of 24.

She continued her career as an R&B singer and a television personality, appearing on Celebrity Come Dine With Me, Skins, The Games, Celebrity Masterchef and Never Mind The Buzzcocks.

Since then, she has moved away from the limelight and founded her own sports and fitness brand.

Daz Sampson, 2006

Daz Sampson’s “Teenage Life” scored just 25 points in Eurovision 2006 but went on to peak at number eight in the UK Top 40.

In addition to re-publishing himself as a hypnotherapist in 2011, he has worked as a football manager and scout, with connections to Scottish Championship side Ayr United and Stockport County in England’s National League North.

Scooch, 2007







Scooch was only 22nd in 2007
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Scooch represented the UK back in 2007 with “Flying the Flag (For You)”, which was reported by several newspapers at the time.

However, the play was the first in five years to receive a “double score” for the UK, earning the maximum score from Malta and they also went on to peak at number five in the singles chart. of Great Britain with song.

Natalie Powers and David Ducasse are both now singing instructors at performing arts schools, while Caroline Barnes and Russ Spencer began their relationship after Eurovision.

They starred on Channel 4’s Coach Trip in 2010 and became one of the show’s most enduring couples that year.

Andy Abraham, 2008







Andy Abraham of Great Britain performed in the final of the 2008 European Song Contest at Belgrade Arena on 24 May 2008. Eurovision 2008 was attended by 43 countries and the event drew around 100 million viewers in countries beyond the continent, including the United States and Australia. AFP PHOTO / ANDREJ ISAKOVIC (Photo source should read ANDREJ ISAKOVIC / AFP / Getty Images)
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After losing to Shayne Ward on The X Factor, Andy Abraham was chosen to represent the UK in 2008.

However, like many UK actions before and after him, Andy was judged harshly by the rest of Europe and eventually made it to the final.

However, he remained on the UK stage, touring An Evening with Andy Abraham for two years after the competition.

More recently, he starred in the Godspell musical revival tour.

Engelbert Humperdinck, 2012







Engelbert Humperdinck
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Despite selling millions of records worldwide during the 1960s and ’70s, Humperdinck’s “Love Will Set You Free” failed to impress in Eurovision 2012 and ranked second with 12 points.

However, the 86-year-old pop singer continues to perform after six decades in showbiz, with performances scheduled across cities in the UK and Europe, including a return to the London Palladium. .

Last year, he was named an MBE in the 2021 Birthday Honors for Music Services.

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